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Hospice volunteer training program

Are you interested in making a difference within your own community? The Delta Hospice Society will be offering a fall volunteer training session starting Oct. 13 for anyone interested in becoming a trained Delta Hospice volunteer.

Only half of adults in B.C. have legal will

A province-wide poll conducted by Mustel Group for the Society of Notaries Public of B.C. found that only 51 per cent of British Columbians aged 18+ have a current and legal will.

Job action won't affect students: teachers' union

Superintendent says student safety remains priority in labour dispute

Delta police search ferry for missing boy

Delta police officers searched a B.C. ferry Friday afternoon after receiving a tip regarding missing Sparwood boy Kienan Hebert. It turned out to be a false alarm.

Students remain top priority for teachers, Delta school district

The Delta school district remains committed to providing the best learning environments for students, despite the job action by teachers.

Delta keeping water parks open with continued warm weather

Summer vacation time may be over for kids but fun at Delta's three water parks will continue a little while longer. Noting the water parks normally stop operating after Labour Day, Coun.

Delta council highlights

Here are a few highlights from the Monday, Aug. 29 council meeting.

Allan announces bid for Delta school board seat

Sidekick founder concerned about future of Delta schools

Finalists announced for Hats Off

Delta Chamber of Commerce to recognize outstanding members of the community at November gala

Premier returns bearing gifts

Christy Clark visits South Park Elementary in Tsawwassen to announce $8 million in school playground funding